It doesn’t matter if you are a new or a seasoned podcaster, it’s important to know how to organize and plan your podcast content. I was on Clubhouse last week and I got a question about planning content when his wife likes to plan and organize and he doesn’t. This question turned into a fantastic discussion, and it’s a great conversation to bring here to this platform. This week, episode 21 of Listeners to Leads is about organizing and planning your podcast content!
In this episode of Listeners to Leads, I’m sharing the importance of organizing your podcast content and actionable steps you can take right now to plan and organize in the ways that make the most sense with how you work best.
I also chat about the following:
- How to organize your podcast with a project management tool like Trello, Asana, or Air Table if a solopreneur, or ClickUp if you have a team.
- Why you want to plan a few weeks or a few months at a time and how to map it out visually in various ways from boards to lists with due dates.
- The importance of doing your research before the episode, and why, even though podcasting is an audio platform, it’s important to cite books and resources you mention.
- How you can use a full script, talking points, or an outline to plan each episode so you stay on task and engage with the audience listening.
Before you start implementing the ideas in this episode, make sure you think about ways you work best, and which of these align with how you work best.
Be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on turning your podcast listeners into leads and to hear even more about the points outlined above.
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